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Adams Bootcamp, Time to Fight Soldier!
Adam
Jan 14 2021, 03:31 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Jan 13 2021, 07:09 AM) *
Egad! I didn't mean to make your injury worse soldier!!! The good new is you got it! That's the DOUBLE TAP!!! You put all the tapping bits togethere quite well here as this is some pretty insane tapping. It's well beyond EVH style and well in to crazy shred tapping. These bits work great in solos as long as one of the open strings matches the key the backing is in. Best case, the backing is in the Key of E, at which point you can use the open E and just about any scale that sounds good with the backing!

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I've decided to take a break today and let the thing fix itself. It got really nasty after a whole day of work and I'd decided it's for the best. I kind of regret it but one day of the delay isn't that much.


It's a bit embarrassing but it's all because of my silly little model assembly hobby. I got too careless and a scalpel was in play. That's all it took smile.gif

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Todd Simpson
Jan 15 2021, 01:51 AM
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No worries Soldier!! You shouldn't play when injured or risk making it worse! if it's a deep cut, always good to let it heal up. Scalpel type blades make very thin deep cuts like that are easily opened up again with a bit of pressure so put some antibiotic ointment on it and a tight bandaid (not enough to cut off circulation) and let it heal up and hair over as they say!

Sarge

QUOTE (Adam @ Jan 13 2021, 10:31 PM) *
I've decided to take a break today and let the thing fix itself. It got really nasty after a whole day of work and I'd decided it's for the best. I kind of regret it but one day of the delay isn't that much.


It's a bit embarrassing but it's all because of my silly little model assembly hobby. I got too careless and a scalpel was in play. That's all it took smile.gif

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Jan 19 2021, 12:06 AM
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My finger healed up a bit and so I'm back in the game!

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Jan 19 2021, 04:59 AM
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This has one of the longest licks ever done in boot camp. Also, DOUBLE PICKING is all through this one. You did very well on that very long lick. It's just huge. So many notes. So many chances to mess it up. Not here though because you NAILED IT! Also, your picking hand is adapting! I see it planted on the bridge and you using the other half of the hand for picking. This is great to see. It's the foundation of shred. IT's instinctual to move the wrist back and forth, but that wastes energy and time. The way you are doing it is much more efficient. Also I see more speed happening and you don't lose precision. You got this one Soldier. You just..

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Jan 20 2021, 03:44 AM
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Well fought! This one is all about playing bouncy licks that focus on open strings and fret traverse. These types of licks can result is loads of string noise. You keep string noise low which is great. Good hand synch and mute as well. The bouncey bits can work as a rythm guitar part. They are built just by looking for two notes in a given scale/key to play on adjacent strings and one open string. So by pulling up the scale generator on GMC, you can write these types of licks just by lookiing at a gen scale on the neck. try to use a key that matches one of the open strings. These types of licks work as rythm or lead or just warmup!

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